Author Roni Teson
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“Weaves mystery and romance in a very compelling way.”
—Palmetto Review

“Weaves mystery and romance in a very compelling way.”
—Palmetto Review

“Refreshingly surprising story that is fast paced and intelligent.”
—Dustin Pourfy, Gold Star Review

“Refreshingly surprising story that is fast paced and intelligent.”
—Dustin Pourfy, Gold Star Review

“A wonderful tale... A must read.”
—Jack Magnus, Readers’ Favorite

“A wonderful tale... A must read.”
—Jack Magnus, Readers’ Favorite

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“A fascinating take on the afterlife.”
—Edgar®-winning author G. Miki Hayden

“A fascinating take on the afterlife.”
—Edgar®-winning author G. Miki Hayden

“Excellent handling of a dysfunctional family...”
—Author Victoria Christopher-Murray

“Excellent handling of a dysfunctional family...”
—Author Victoria Christopher-Murray

“Roni Teson is a gifted storyteller…”
—Author Karen Coccioli

“Roni Teson is a gifted storyteller…”
—Author Karen Coccioli

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about

Roni Teson is a two-time Readers’ Favorite award-winning novelist and the recipient of the Dante Rosetti First Place Award for YA Suspense Romance. Her relationship with writing and her love for creating stories took hold after a stage IV cancer diagnosis in 2010. Good news, she’s alive and well and recently returned to school, receiving an M.A. in Creative Writing at Wilkes University, experiencing life as a student and evolution as a writer. Roni lives and writes from her home on the coast of Southern California.

writer, creator, a work in progress

Art for the Soul

Art for the Soul

I’ve been saving recordings on my iPhone voicemail for the last decade. I keep both of my parent’s voices and swap out old for new so I don’t fill up the memory. I wonder about the day I will wish I’d saved them all. My parents are both in their 80s. Mom’s an artist who expresses herself within her work with sayings like, see you on the other side. She often tells me, “I’m not going anywhere.”...

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The Pearson Girls

The Pearson Girls

Mama gave birth to us three girls in succession back in the day where men sat in waiting rooms with cigars, hoping for boys. Papa never got to hand out a single cigar because they gave up after me. But he didn’t care. “More cigars for me,” he said. My older sisters, Leslie and Cora, are named after our parent’s mothers. I’m Edie, named after Papa’s grandma Edith, because they ran out of mothers....

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This is Now…

This is Now…

Wake up to find five decades gone Weather is topic worthy Masks are more than what people hide behind It must be a parallel life

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Author Roni Teson
Author Roni Teson
Author Roni Teson